Bonington Film night #6: Terraformers Special

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Emily Andersen Portraits: Black & White Book launch and exhibition
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BONINGTON VITRINES #8: HOUSE OF WISDOM
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DICK JEWELL: NOW & THEN
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THE SERVING LIBRARY V DAVID OSBALDESTON
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Mastered
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Bonington Vitrines #7: The Bonington building, est. 1969
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LACE UNARCHIVED
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Ruth Angel Edwards: Wheel of the Year
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Sara MacKillop: One Room Living
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It’s Our Playground: Artificial Sensibility
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Mastered
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ART AND DESIGN DEGREE SHOW 2017
Jul - Jul 2016
Mastered: Art and Design Masters Exhibition 2015/16
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MOULD MAP 6 — TERRAFORMERS
Oct - Dec 2016
KRÍSIS
Jan - Feb 2017
ALL MEN BY NATURE DESIRE TO KNOW
Jan - Feb 2017
Bonington Vitrines #2: Marbled Reams
Oct - Dec 2016
Bonington Vitrines #1: Selections from the Raw Print Archive
Feb - Mar 2017
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Imprints of Culture: Block Printed Textiles of India
Apr - May 2016
PUBLISHING ROOMS
Nov - Dec 2015
In Place of Architecture
Jan - Feb 2016
Performing Drawology
Jun - Jun 2016
Art and Design Degree Show
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Photography Dialogues
Sep - Oct 2015
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Alan Kitching and Monotype
Jul - Jul 2015
Open Studio
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ICONS OF RHETORIC | 북한의 수사학 아이콘
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Art and Design Degree Show 2015
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SIMON CALLERY: SOFT PAINTING
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Made In Wood
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Returns
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MAKE/BELIEVE
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Lighting the Future: No Boundaries
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Crafting Anatomies

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Bonington Film night #6: Terraformers Special

» Joey Holder » Stathis Tsemberlidis » MSL and Jaakko Pallasvuo

A special evening of screenings by artists featured in the Mould Map 6 — Terraformers exhibition and previous Mould Map editions.


Joey Holder:
Ophiux, 2016 
(25 minutes)
Ophiux gives a glimpse into a near future that whilst fictional, is not far from reality and is founded on current scientific research. The work imagines a future in which synthetic biology has been fully realized and applied to both advance human evolution and increase life expectancy, and where human biology has been computer programmed.  It not only simulates the collection of data from our own bodies but also the sampling of data from other organisms by a speculative pharmaceutical company: ‘Ophiux’.

To conceive the film, Holder has worked in close collaboration with scientists that she met during her residency at Wysing in 2015 – Dr Marco Galardini, a Computational Biologist at the European Bioinformatics Institute at the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Cambridge, and Dr Katrin Linse, Senior Biodiversity Biologist at the British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge.

Ophiux has been co-commissioned by Deptford X where it is set to premiere at their festival in September 2016. It is also being shown as part of a larger project at Wysing Arts Centre from 24 September  – 20 November 2016. A tour to other arts and science venues across the UK will be announced at a later date.

The exhibition and film has been made possible with a generous grant from the Arts Council England and in partnership with AND/OR Gallery.

 

Stathis Tsemberlidis:
Eschaton, 2016
(30 minutes)
Eschaton is the name of the spaceship that is taking human consciousness to the far reaches of a dying universe. Knowledge and memory are expressed as information from the future. The purpose of this voyage is to deconstruct the fear of infinity. Eschaton’s mission is to survive within death.

Eschaton is the latest film by Copenhagen-based Greek artist and publisher, Stathis Tsemberlidis of cult small press Decadence. Soundtracked by music composed for the film on a modular synth by Panos Alexiadis.


MSL and Jaakko Pallasvuo:
Bridge Over Troubled Water, 2016 
(30 minutes)
Commissioned by CCA Derry, Bridge Over Troubled Water includes new material filmed across Finland and Lapland that utilises the motif of folk-rock duo Simon & Garfunkel to explore queer time and climate change anxiety.

This Film Night is in association with the exhibition Mould Map 6  – Terraformers

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